Raegan Boutte

Raegan has always had a fondness of Performance Art, Theatre and Dance. After 15 years of studying ballet, tap, and jazz, Raegan began her dance journey at Marsha Woody’s Dance Company in Beaumont, Texas at the tender age of three. After attending a national dance workshop in Houston, she was then invited to train and competitively dance with Steven Boyd Houston Dance Company. After moving with her family to Houston to further pursue Theatre and Dance, Raegan then attended Houston’s proclaimed High School for the Performing and Visual Arts where she studied theatre, film, and performed several plays during her education and training there. In her spare time, she loves helping others and is a co- founder of the Oriska Foundation, a family founded Christian non-profit. She is also a member of HYPA- Houston Young People of the Arts, Houston’s Downtown Alliance, YPC- Houston Health Museum’s Young Professional Circle and Inter-nations: Houston.org where she serves as a local scout for all Performance Art in Houston.
A graduate of the University of Houston with a B. S. from the College of Education, and a former contributor to Houston’s Urban Beat Magazine, Raegan is thrilled to bring her passion and experience to Houston Style Magazine.



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TUTS: Dream Girls Deliver, Sparkle, and Shine for Houston

“Dreams Girls” opened at Houston’s Hobby Center with a cast of multitalented actors. Directed by Sheldon Epps in his last production at TUTS and choreographed by Jeffrey Polk, “Dream Girls,” the musical, is actually a favorite of Artistic Director Sheldon Epps and was brought to Houston’s audiences to bring diversity to our city's theatre scene.

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Miracle Laughs Are Seen and Heard At the Alley’s “An Act of God”

The Alley’s Theatre’s “An Act of God” is a rowdy, hilarious farce of a play centering on God and its very comedic view of mankind. This one act play written and created by playwright David Javerbaum addresses many views we have on the modern world today regarding God and religion.

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A Big Top Night for Houston’s SPA 50th Anniversary Gala

It was a grand affair as the Society for the Performing Arts put on its most memorable soirée to date. Appropriately themed, “The Greatest Shows on Earth,” the SPA’s 50th Anniversary Gala was the hottest ticket and a night no Houstonian wanted to miss. 

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Houston Audiences Willingly Venture Into the Woods

Into the Woods the fairytale filled musical enchants Houston audiences at the Hobby Center.

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Wicked’s Talented Tale Bewitches Houston Audiences

Wicked whisked it’s magic for Houston audiences opening night last week and it was the kind of production that brought everyone to their feet. Wicked- is a cleverly written, imperfect tale of good vs. evil and a story of friendship, envy, belonging and love. It’s also a tale that touches on the not so subtle themes of “Feminism” with its strong heroine characters and “Colorism”- as we watch Elphaba struggle with acceptance because she is the color green. What I enjoyed about the story of Wicked is that it is a true Universal story and within the magical, green World of Oz, there lies a defining character that truly resonates with everyone.

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The Ensemble’s “Plenty of Time” Turns Up the Heat in Houston & Sizzles Just in Time for the Houston Summer

The Ensemble debuted Plenty of Time ~a time- capturing, romantic comedy for Houston audiences. Plenty of Time is an incredibly written play about love and life written by New York native John Shevin Foster and directed by Eileen J. Morris.

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The Sound of Music Sings its Heart Out to Houston Audiences

Rogers and Hammerstein’s The Sound Of Music opened to Houston audiences last week and it was a much-anticipated revival. Backed with the original music written by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein, it was filled with all the favorite songs fans of the classic award winning musical cherished most.

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The Ensemble Theatre Invites Audiences In With Their Compelling Play Fences

The Ensemble Theatre Fences, directed by Eileen J. Morris, is a play written by award winning playwright August Wilson. It is also considered his most critically acclaimed work and rightly earned him the Pulitzer Prize and Tony award. August Wilson is also best known for his unprecedented cycle of 10 plays that chronicle the 20th century African-American experience. Each play is set in a different decade and collectively became known as the Century Cycle. “Put them all together,” Wilson once said, “and you have a history.”

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Cirque Du Soleil’s Toruk- The First Flight Soars into Houston Amid Much Excitement!

The much-anticipated show Toruk is Cirque Du Soleil’s latest grand production and it is nothing short of visually sensational and thrilling. Backed by an amazing team that includes writers and directors Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon, creation director Neilson Vignola, talented set designer Carl Fillion, and brilliant costume designer Kym Barrett. The production also includes an incredible musical score composed by Bob & Bill (Guy Dubuc and Marc Lessard).

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Cirque Du Soleil’s Toruk- The First Flight Soars into Houston Amid Much Excitement!

The much-anticipated show Toruk is Cirque Du Soleil’s latest grand production and it is nothing short of visually sensational and thrilling. Backed by an amazing team that includes writers and directors Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon, creation director Neilson Vignola, talented set designer Carl Fillion, and brilliant costume designer Kym Barrett. The production also includes an incredible musical score composed by Bob & Bill (Guy Dubuc and Marc Lessard).

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